Gender and Corruption
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You could have also made a video about Gender and Growth in general, there is a really interesting article about the economic importance of women´s paid and non paid work in subsaharan Africa.
The quotation of the World Values Survey is a problem in my opinion. Here men and women are asked, BUT due to the gender inequality that unfortunately still exists today women are probably in less decisive positions than men (on average). This means that their views are more idealistic and theoretical since they have less to do with the question of bribes. Moreover less will have practical experiences with bribes than men. So in my opinion this doesnt show that women are less keen to take bribes but just less experienced with the practice.
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Well... Evita Peron, Isabel Martinez de Peron, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, Indira Ghandi, Benazir Bhutto, Michelle Bachelet, it is not easy to buy for me the idea that women equal less corruption :)